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Steps To Take Following an Accident at the Jobsite

Steps To Take Following an Accident at the Jobsite

On site accidents can be defined as an ”unplanned event that results in personal injury or property damage”. Many accidents may be attributed to some type of negligence and may involve unsafe work site conditions,…

SAFETY ISSUES
Importance of Health and Safety Officers in the oil and Gas Industry

Importance of Health and Safety Officers in the oil and Gas Industry

Safety is the MOST important Assignment or PRE-OCCUPATION for EVERY PERSON on an Oil and Gas Installation and rightly a significant core value for the oil and gas industry. One SLIP and a whole lot…

SAFETY ISSUES
Safety Tips For Oil Rig Workers

Safety Tips For Oil Rig Workers

Safety at work is the condition of being protected from or unlikely to cause danger, risk, or injury. It is a personal responsibility first and foremost, responsibilities, safety can be rewarding as you are sure…

SAFETY ISSUES
UNDERSTANDING THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY OBSESSION WITH SAFETY

UNDERSTANDING THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY OBSESSION WITH SAFETY

While SAFETY can be defined as the condition of being protected from or unlikely to cause danger, risk, or injury and SECURITY is the state of being free from danger or threat are sometimes used…

SAFETY ISSUES
A Constructor’s Guide to Preventing Heatstroke

A Constructor’s Guide to Preventing Heatstroke

Heatstroke is a severe condition in which the body cannot cool itself via perspiration and, as such, becomes overheated. Africa is known for its mostly humid climate, which makes it difficult working during the day…

Management Issues
Who is Responsible for Safety on your Construction Project?

Who is Responsible for Safety on your Construction Project?

Two articles in Australia spell out the consequences for project managers and senior managers in the event of a person being injured or killed on a project. Charges laid over Griffith construction worker death Kenoss…